MIAMI IS HAVING A RENAISSANCE
STARTING WITH THE LENNOX HOTEL
BY SARA DARLING
Miami might be famed for its Art Deco architecture, but the latest arrival on the hotel scene is taking inspiration from Europe, to create an eclectic, homely offering, which would not be out of place in Italy.
The meticulously considered, Lennox Hotel Miami, is set to open this summer in the heart of the city; Taking up residence on iconic Collins Avenue, it is just a few footsteps from the beach, which means it offers the perfect location for culture and relaxation.
Bypassing a flashy decor and larger than life presence like some of its neighbours, the boutique hotel will offer just 119 rooms, in four interconnecting buildings; Along with one gourmet restaurant, an interior courtyard with swimming pool, and poolside bar offering al fresco dining and cocktails, which enhances the laid back Mediterranean vibe.
Designed by Argentinian interior designer Juan Ciavarella, the guest rooms blend the 1920s architecture with eco-friendly and up-cycled materials, to give each a personal, beachside feel.
With an intimate and discreet atmosphere, the rooms are listed as Terrace Poolside (with direct pool access), or Balcony King which has a private balcony overlooking the colourful streets of Miami Beach, and every room has it's own personality- from four posted beds to plants and artwork.
If you're looking for a chilled out stay in Miami, this should be top of your picks!
Lennox Hotel Miami Beach is scheduled to open its doors this summer.
Prices range from $199 - $400 USD
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1/7/2019 09:46:49 am
That hotel is really a good one. I was able to see some hotels in Macau with same ambiance. Whenever I go on vacation, I choose the best hotel that offers quality service. It is very important to pick a good hotel for your vacation because this will be one of the symbolism you will cherish when you reminisce some day. I really miss going out of the country. I hope that I can have my vacation and a pause from my work.
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